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What a yummy place...selling four of my favorite things! Just add ice cream and I'd never leave the store! I like the way you captured the clerk through the window.
lovely shop...no beurre or oeufs for me (health issues) however I'll take a wee bit of cheese and some fine wine!
We consider these to be specialty shops not easily found outside urban areas. But in France I bet most neighborhoods have a crèmerie. The cheese selection alone must be staggering. Oh, heavens, I'm thinking about goat cheese now...
Yum. The only thing missing is chocolate! Gotta have good wine and chocolate (in moderation, of course) to keep the arteries clear.
Where all the cardiologists come to shop. Perhaps someone could poach some oeufs in a bit of that vin.
This store has a wonderful storefront. It makes us want to go inside. Which, of course, is the point . . .
Sounds like my kind of place!
Oh, so blue, blue, and blue...blue cheese no doubt, blue buerre, and red and white wine. Viva la Francais.
ça me rapelle, quand j'etais petite, on achetait tout ça "Au bon lait"..Il n'y a plus de boutiques comme ça sur Nice, ou si peu..
Fromage et vin, that's the place to go! :)Love crémeries.God bless you!Cezar
i would be a regular customer at this shop if i lived in the neighborhood.
Hahahahaha! What Bob said! Funny guy!
Oh my, this is a wonderfully, inviting storefront. You can see right into all things you want...
What a very inviting visage this Cremerie has Ciel, I defy anyone to have the will power to walk past it!!
Oooh, that's my type of store...but not for my rear view!
I am so jealous... in France your food is wonderful and presented so well..
You can always smell these shops in air, this one is gorgeous...
That is the kind of shop I like.Unfortunately, not many left here in Stavanger!
An interesting mix! I'll take some wine and cheese, but you can keep the eggs. :)
Very inviting !
My kind of shop! :-)
What a wonderful looking neighborhood shop. Funny this includes "vins fins". I watched a movie last night set in Paris and saw "vins fins" outside a restaurant and wasn't 100% sure about the translation. So....merci!
DU FIN POUR LES GOURMETS
Excellent en plus très réussit.
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